Live Recording: How IoT and Mobile Strategies Empower the Connected Worker to Increase Safety and Efficiency on the Hazardous Worksite
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Recorded Live The Connected Worker Online - January 26, 2021
Maintenance and Operations 4.0: How IoT and Mobile Strategies Empower the Connected Worker to Increase Safety and Efficiency on the Hazardous Worksite
Today, more than ever, site leads and operations teams need transparency over which checks have been made in the field before critical maintenance work can take place. Meanwhile, waiting for approvals on the scope of work before it can be carried out means that maintenance schedules are vulnerable to change. With simple mobile apps that connected workers can easily manage in the field, the field-to-office walk time is eliminated, and work progresses as soon as the connected worker engages with the app. In addition, when connected workers view IoT data directly in their mobile apps, they are empowered with more context over critical equipment trends and working conditions, no matter where they are in the field.
In this session you will learn:
- How transferring approvals to and from the field can speed up work, both in an offline and online context, further increasing worksite safety
- Simple checks in the field directly before the works place increases worker safety
- Easy-to-deploy mobile apps, such as PWAs, can increase user adoption of mobile strategies
Tina Amirtha, Product Manager, Wolters Kluwer